By Evonne Tsang, Illustrated by Janina Gorrissen
3 / 5 Gnomes
Can love survive the zombie apocalypse? Maybe Dicey's first chance at a real relationship was dead from the
She's the star of her high school baseball team, and Jack's the star of
the science program. Her idea of a study session includes sleeping in
the sun, and his idea of a good game involves dungeons and dice. But
opposites start attracting when they're assigned to be partners in a
class project. Now an outbreak of a weird infection--it eats your brains
and leaves you hungry for more--might not mean just the end of their
first date. It might mean the end of everything. Will their relationship
fall apart faster than zombies in the Florida sun, or can Dicey and
Jack beat the odds and find a happy ending?
I love zombies. Which is totally weird, isn't it? How can someone love zombies? They are the undead. They like to eat brains. I'm sure they smell really, really badly. I blame Shaun of the Dead. There is just something about the endlessly moaning, one-tracked minded monsters that excites me.
Do you know what else excites me? My Boyfriend Is A Monster graphic novels. Genius. Romantic tales featuring some great classic monsters. In I Love Him to Piece tomboy Dicey falls for super nerd Jack Chen and all is progressing wonderfully until a killer fungus spore virus thing ravishes St. Petersburg, Florida and turns its citizens into flesh eating zombies.
Monsters and mayhem galore! Genius. And just pure fun. If you love zombie genre or just enjoy a good monster graphic novel, check out My Monster Is A Boyfriend: I Love Him to Pieces!